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Local News

  • Article: Jul 8, 2019

    We have had some administrative issues and have been unable to make the draw for three months so please accept apoplogies for the delay.

    Here are the results of the latest draw

    January 1st:76 2nd:03

    February 1st:76 2nd:91

    March 1st:24 2nd:50

    The draw for further months will take place hopefully in August.

  • Bill Newton Dunn at EU Parliament
    Article: Jul 2, 2019

    Bill Newton-Dunn has been elected as an MEP in the European Elections on May 23rd.
    In the East Midlands, the strongest Brexit leaving region in the Country, the Lib Dems leaped to second place overall with 203,989 votes.
    In Newark and Sherwood, the Liberal Democrats and Green Party together polled more votes than the Conservatives and Labour combined!
    Thanking voters for their support, Bill claimed the result was very significant saying "It's extraordinary. We are demonstrating that there has been a shift in public opinion since the Referendum. There is a real case that views have changed."

  • Climate Changes
    Article: Jul 2, 2019

    In May, the Government published a Climate Change Report which called for "a major ramp-up in effort" to tackle Climate Change. The Government is calling on Councils to review their policies.
    Listening to residents during the Local Elections, we know that there is growing concern about the environment.
    Lib Dem District Councillors Malcolm Brock and Peter Harris will be raising the matter at the District Council.

  • Bill Newton-Dunn at Newark Market
    Article: May 21, 2019

    Our longest serving MEP, and our lead Candidate for the East Midlands Euro election, Bill Newton-Dunn visited Newark Market place on Saturday 18th May.

    Local activists came to meet him and to hand out leaflets to passers-by before heading off for street deliveries.

  • Pavement Southwell 2
    Article: Apr 22, 2019

    The quality of the repairs to our pavements is a regular topic on the doorstep. The patching is almost more dangerous than the original holes.

    Remember, you can report problems on-line at https://www.nottinghamshire.gov.uk/transport/ roads/potholes/report-a-pothole

    When is the County Council going to ensure that Via do a decent Job?